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Spy Sentenced, Waikiki Beach Work, Tradewind Weather

WEATHER UPDATE: Dry, stable tradewind weather will continue to the middle of next week. Today will be mostly sunny with light trades and a few showers. Shower activity will kick up a notch late Wednesday or Thursday, but it will still be nice tradewind weather. A HIGH SURF ADVISORY is up for North and West shores of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai and Maui. Another couple of swells are expected this week. One will build late today for Tuesday, with an even bigger one expected Wednesday. Get the latest weather updates on our weather page.

TRAFFIC UPDATE: While you were sleeping crews repaired a broken water pipe in Hawaii Kai. The 12-inch main is on Keahole Street in front of the Tesoro gas station.

NEW OVERNIGHT: Iran's state radio says a court has convicted an American man of working for the CIA and sentenced him to death. This morning's report said Amir Mirzaei Hekmati was also convicted of trying to accuse Iran of involvement in terrorism. The report did not say when the verdict was issued. Under Iranian law, he has 20 days to appeal.

HAPPENING TODAY: Expect parts of Waikiki beach to be closed today as crews begin prep work to extend the shoreline. It's apart of the state's 2-point-3 million dollar sand replenishment project. The project will stretch from Kuhio beach to the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Ramsay Wharton will be heading to the beach to show us the work in progress. Read More

 

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